Book Review: Too Far Gone by Christy Reece


Too Far Gone by Christy Reece

A Grey Justice Novel (Book 3)

Publisher: Christy Reece (July 27, 2017)

Mystery, Thriller, Suspense/Romance



Some obsessions can be deadly

Gabriella Mendoza has lived her life in seclusion. Guarded by the most corrupt men in the world, she has no chance for escape until an unexpected meeting with the mysterious Grey Justice Group changes everything. Gabriella is free for the first time in her life, but is that freedom all a lie? Vengeance is Jonah Slater’s only purpose. Finding the man who killed his fiancée and making him pay is his only goal. Babysitting the pampered princess of a crime boss is not part of his agenda. But the more he gets to know Gabriella, the more he realizes that protecting her might be the most worthwhile thing he’s ever done. They thought they knew the threats, believed they were contained. Jonah and Gabriella soon learn that evil has varying degrees and many faces. And very often, the deadliest is the one you never see coming.



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(Reviewed July 28, 2017)

“Evil has varying degrees and many faces. And very often, the deadliest is the one you never see coming.”

When I open a Christy Reece book I know I’m in for a treat. She consistently delivers quality novels that immediately draw you in and the life around you does not exist until you’ve read the last word. I know that I’m going to be entertained the entire book and by the end there’s a smile for the HEA and usually a shocked look on my face by what Christy has just done. Christy creates the most vile and twisted villains. She writes strong women characters (and men too) who fight fierce and love just as fierce. Too Far Gone is action-packed and keeps you on the edge of your seat. Just when you think you know the ending and how it’s going to wrap up, you get a twist you would never see coming. Intriguing read with likeable and developed characters. Christy does a great job weaving high-action suspense with romance. I often fall in love with Christy’s leading men and Jonah is no exception. He is strong, gruff, stubborn, as well as a kind and caring protector with a big heart. Gabby has had a real shitty life and she could have become a useless wallflower. Christy instead made her a badass warrior full of courage with a need to experience life and independence. Gabby has become a favorite character of mine. To Far Gone is a fantastic addition to the Grey Justice series. I highly recommend this book as well as all of Christy’s books (Grey Justice series, LCR series, LCR Elite series, and her Wildefire series written as Ella Grace).



Read an excerpt from Too Far Gone on Christy’s website:


Grey Justice Group

There’s more than one path to justice

Justice isn’t always swift or fair and only those who have felt the pain of denied justice can truly understand its bitter taste. But justice delayed doesn’t have to be justice denied. Enter the Grey Justice Group, ordinary citizens swept up in extraordinary circumstances. Led by billionaire philanthropist Grey Justice, this small group of operatives gains justice for victims when other paths have failed.

Book 1:  Nothing to Lose

Book 2:  Whatever it Takes

Book 3: Too Far Gone

Book 4: Matter of Justice



51CGp315+wL._SY200_Growing up in a tiny Alabama community boasting only one stop sign and a gas station gave Christy ample opportunity to create daring adventures in her head. When she wasn’t thinking of her story characters, Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys kept her entertained and out of trouble. Later came the chills of Stephen King and the thrills of John Grisham, but the romance genre always held a strong place in her heart.

When she’s not writing or spending time with her wonderful family, she still loves to read. A suspenseful story full of drama, angst, suspense, mystery, and romance is still her favorite. Throw in a happy ever after and she is one happy camper.

Christy lives in Alabama with her husband and a menagerie of fur-kids.





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